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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-22-2017, 06:59 PM Thread Starter
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Trying to go duals

So I have a 2007 3.7L Crew cab and I am thinking about putting duals on it. This is what Im thinking and would like some opinions and tips if anyone has any (helpful ones)

Starting with the 2.5 before the muffler, get a 2.5 to 3 inch raise to a:
Black Widow Exhaust - Products

From that get the:
Black Widow Exhaust - Products

After the Y get:
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/f...FUxXDQodAywJeQ

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Would this work out fine?
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Not a lot of room under there unless you remove the spare tire or route both the tail pipes out the passenger side straight back or behind the passenger rear tire

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Not a lot of room under there unless you remove the spare tire or route both the tail pipes out the passenger side straight back or behind the passenger rear tire
The kit i linked for the tailpipes is the only one i could find for dual. Able to find me one like youre talking about for a colorado? Sorry new to putting duals on. lol
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MBRP makes a dual out the back, Gibson exhaust makes a dual kit that exits behind each rear tire... I'm pretry sure both kits require the spare tire to be removed because there is not room to route the pipe on the drivers side because the spare tire is in the way.

I'm not sure if either of those kits are still in production. You can find videos on YouTube of the MBRP duals on a colorado

I would go to a muffler shop and see what they would charge to get what you want... might be close to the same price as buying a kit

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Here is the Gibson one...https://youtu.be/oa0nqlCzY7M

Here is the MBRP one....https://youtu.be/HoUpk-kVpAs

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You think that summit link I posted would work if I removed the spare tire? They would come out behind the rear tires.
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I doubt it... those are full size Silverados and sierras. You might be able to get them to work.

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I guess I will go to the local muffler shop and see what they can do for me and how much it would cost.
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A 5 cylinder with duals? You might not like the sound it makes.
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